St George's

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Welcome to St George's 

School Council Page 

Our school council is made up of a group of pupils who are elected by fellow pupils to represent their school and think of ideas for improving it.

The councillors bring back ideas, information and suggestions to their class and encourage their class to listen, discuss, share their views and, where necessary, vote on actions that need to be taken. 

 

Who are the School Councillors?


Every year we run an election campaign to vote for two new representatives for each class. A good representative will speak at the council meetings about things that their class is interested in. They will also tell their class about what is going on in the council meetings.

2021-2022 School Councillors

Year 1  Josie & Danny

Year 2  Evie & Archie

Year 3  William & Brody

Year 4  Hermione & Ruben

Year 5  William & Zak

Year 6  Evie & Maisie

What Makes a Good School Councillor?

A School Councillor should:

Be a good listener

Share information clearly and with confidence

Be sensible and responsible

Think of others

Be respectful of everyone's ideas

Be organised

Have lots of ideas about our school

Be kind and helpful

Have good manners

Have a good memory

 

 

Meetings

In our meetings, we look at ways in which we can make our school even better! These are some of the things we have done:

Helped to organise fund raising events

Reviewed the Anti-Bullying Policy for Children

Planned what to include on this page on the website

Delivered Christmas cards

Collected money for the Poppy Appeal

Developed the School Rules

Here are some quotes from children about our school councillors -

"They are responsible and independent."

"We think we are good school councillors because we are polite, funny, speak up for our class and we are responsible."

"They are kind and respectful."